BOSTON—Yesterday, Solstice Initiative was awarded an $800k grant by the U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Initiative through the Solar Energy Evolution and Diffusion Studies 2 (SEEDS2) program.
More and more “wacky” ideas are coming to fruition to solve the complex problems facing our planet, and many of the innovators and pioneers putting forth these solutions are women.
“The third Yale finalist, Stephanie Speirs ’13 B.A., has made affordable solar access her mission. Her startup, Solstice, allows renters and low-income consumers to access community-shared solar farms…”
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The Rockland County Times provides simple tips to help homeowners become more energy-efficient along with saving money and time.
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This year, SheEO conducted its third round of contributions to women-led ventures for social good. With help from the Philanthropic Ventures Foundation, Solstice received generous support.